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 Post subject: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
PostPosted: Wed Oct 20, 2010 1:56 pm 
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gimme ideas.

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PostPosted: Wed Oct 20, 2010 2:27 pm 
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Some Amy's cheeseless roasted veggie pizza and with a side of homemade cheezy kale chips.

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BBQ tofu and garlicky roasted brussels sprouts

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waxwolf wrote:
homemade cheezy kale chips.


what? That sounds delicious. I've made kale chips, but never cheezy ones! How? Just nooch?

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paprikapapaya wrote:
waxwolf wrote:
homemade cheezy kale chips.


what? That sounds delicious. I've made kale chips, but never cheezy ones! How? Just nooch?


Nooch, tamari, and tahini. :)

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frito chili pie and roasted cauliflower


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bean burgers and baked fries

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I have aspirations for a butternut squash-sweet potato-lentil-barley soupy stew thing. No recipe though, so it could be interesting.


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I'm going to make a Roasted Red Pepper and Spinach Millet Risotto.

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A gardein chili which I made last night (gardein, white beans, green chilis, onions, garlic, spices, nooch). If I can get my act together, I am making a veganized batch of Jane Brody's Herbed Whole Wheat Rolls (original recipe from her very not-vegan Good Food Gourmet) to go with it.


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Pasta with the last of the fresh pesto.


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black bean soup and sesame green beans.


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Tofu scramble, in honor of the new boards, of course!

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Broccoli Quiche. Keeping it classic.

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corn tortillas, spicy refried beans with tvp, chopped chard, avocado, and maybe some shredded teese, but they probably won't need it.

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Tofu banh mi


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I had diddly squat in my kitchen, in addition to A. no motivation to go to the market, and B. seriously low funds, so I'm making a pot of "whatever's in the refrigerator soup." Tonight's version is a puree of potatoes, an onion, a carrot, 2 stalks of celery, a couple cloves of garlic, and assorted herbs (it smells pretty good). The good news was that I had a lot of flour and a couple packets of yeast, so I have bread dough rising to go with it. What we'll eat tomorrow is anyone's guess, but tonight is looking pretty good!

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Leftover random things in the fridge- baked tofu and garlicky spinach- and I'm roasting asparagus now. Possibly heating up leftover pasta later.


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 Post subject: Re: The "What's for dinner tonight?" thread
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Butternut squash and green bean vindaloo (based on VWAV) over brown basmati rice, with coconut yogurt and mango pickle. Apple crumb muffins for dessert :)

Its a VWAV kind of night!

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Something from the freezer (samosa? refried beans and tortillas?) and steamed broccoli, because that's the only fresh vegetable I have.


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I was going to a dinner party tonight but it was cancelled, so I've got no plans and lots of time to try something new. I think it'll be laksa tonight.

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Tonight we just had sandwiches and veggies and hummus...but tomorrow I have big curry plans.


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VWAV chipotle corn black bean stew. Made it for the BF and his mom. They <3-ed it.

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I came home to my boyfriend making me mustard mashed potatoes and devilled sausages. Yummmm.


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Either big lettuce salad with mushrooms and carrots and smoked almond-sesame tofu, or the last potato spinach square with some uknown on the side.

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